Medical Definition of Nonreactive depression

1. A clinical syndrome that includes a persistent sad mood or loss of interest in activities that persists for at least 2 weeks in the absence of external precipitants. This should not be confused with a grief reaction (death of loved one). Features may include change in eating habits, insomnia, early morning wakening, lack of interest, depressed mood, fatigue and suicidal thoughts. (12 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonreactive Depression

nonratifying
nonrating
nonrational
nonrationalistic
nonrationalizable
nonrationalized
nonrationed
nonraven
nonravens
nonraw
nonreacted
nonreaction
nonreactionary
nonreactions
nonreactive
nonreactive depression (current term)
nonreactivity
nonreactor
nonreactors
nonreadable
nonreader
nonreaders
nonreading
nonreal
nonrealist
nonrealistic
nonrealists
nonrealtime
nonreasonable

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